This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle has an awesome color combo, upgraded big block, upgraded five-speed, upgraded four-wheel disc brakes, and an upgraded A/C interior. Are you starting to see the pattern here? This iconic coupe is a full upgraded package that's ready to hit the streets.
The factory-correct Cortez Silver already makes this one stand out. There's a hint of metallic luster from a nice respray that gives this plenty of brilliance in the sunshine. The panels are exceptional, .....
and so you get a crisp look to one of the most iconic Chevys of all time. Bright bumpers, good glass, and correct details (right down to the SS emblems) give this an overall look of quality. What's particularly attractive is that this also has a well-coordinated dark side with the premium vinyl roof, SS grille, tail panels, and full-length SS stripe all finished in black. And the black Torq Thrust wheels are a terrific upgrade to coordinate with this look, and at the same time, they draw extra attention to the red calipers that tell the world this coupe is extra special.
If you love the black accents of the exterior, then you'll love the factory-correct all-black interior. This is a nice mixture of investments in vintage style and new upgrades. For example, you have a fresh look on the factory-style door panels, headliner, carpeting, and button-top seating. There are the right upgrades for everyone to enjoy this Chevelle, like cold-blowing air conditioning. And while you can still get the 8-track playing to crank out the tunes, they also installed an AM/FM/CD stereo for more modern driving music. This is built for driving, and so you have a high-back bucket seats and desirable center console. Plus, they upgraded you with a leather-wrapped three-spoke sport steering wheel, crisp auxiliary gauges, and a Sunpro tach mounted prominently on the steering column. And have you counted the gears on the Hurst shifter yet?
While the badging on the outside says this is a 396, that's a bit of a fib... That's because this one has a LARGER 454 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. This is the kind of motor you'll want to show off with plenty of polish in the engine bay, including the air topper, radiator shroud, and fabricated valve covers. Plus, you can instantly see this one was built for performance. The big block has been enhanced with AFR aluminum heads, a Demon double-pumper four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock hi-rise intake, and Hedman long tube headers. It also has the right supporting components, like the billet serpentine belt set up, MSD ignition, and an aluminum radiator. It fires up with gusto, and the MagnaFlow X-pipe dual exhaust announces this coupe with a nice rumble. You are in complete control of the big power and high-octane soundtrack thanks to the Tremec five-speed manual transmission upgrade. This sends the power to the 12-bolt Positraction rear end with 4.10 gears for confident and powerful take-offs. This well-done package feels great on the road thanks to power steering, modern Yokohama performance tires, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
This is the distinct Chevelle SS tribute with all the right features and thunderous power. It's the total package that's ready to turn heads right now. Call today!!!